Love Is Love - Comics 42 – 49 Summary & Analysis

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Comic 42 – In this single-page, brightly colored and irregularly laid out drawing. The first three panels portray incidents of non-heterosexuals being verbally abused. The fourth panel encourages dancing. The fifth panel shows two women kissing in front of a caricature of Donald Trump. The final panel shows those from the previous panels dancing, with the over-layed text “Everybody’s free” (Comic 42).

Comic 43 – This single-page is laid out in three horizontal panels, brightly colored. They show a trio of older gay men, with text and dialogue referring to the history of violence against gay men. Specifically, conversation refers to a deliberately set fire at a gay club in New Orleans, in which people were buried in unmarked graves because some families were too ashamed to claim the bodies of those killed. Conversation and visuals point out the difference between that occasion and the aftermath of the...

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